Maverick Danish/Faroese musician Goodiepal will mark the month of his fiftieth birthday with an Irish tour, stopping by Ormston House. A composer, artist, educator, activist, hacker, and [...]

Happy Holidays 2023

The team and Board at Ormston House wish you and yours a happy and safe holiday season, and we thank you for your support this year. We close at 6pm on Saturday, 16 December 2023 and reopen to [...]

Update to Saturday Opening Hours

Going forward, Ormston House will close each Saturday from 1–2pm to join the demonstrations in protest of the war on Gaza and the ongoing occupation of Palestine. We hope to see you there. If you [...]


Foragers, directed by Jumana Manna, depicts the dramas around the practice of foraging for wild edible plants in Palestine and Israel with wry humor and a meditative pace. Shot in the Golan [...]


Ormston House presents Gleo, a series of concerts of ambient and experimental music from 2–5 November. Gleo* features a mix of Irish musicians, artists, composers, and broadcasters presenting a [...]

Lucy Lopez

We are happy to announce that Get Well Soon (Prologue) by Lucy Lopez is the selected exhibition from our recent Guest Curator Open Call. We look forward to welcoming Lucy and her artists to [...]

Join Our Team

Ormston House is seeking a Front of House Assistant through the Community Employment Scheme. The role is now open for application on the Jobs Ireland website. The deadline to apply is Wednesday 4 [...]

Call for Artistic Director

The Board of Directors invites applications for the role of Artistic Director at Ormston House. Applications for the role are now open with full job description and application guidelines [...]

Trumpet 12

7 July 2023

This week saw Writer-in-Residence William Keohane launch Issue 12 of Trumpet, Poetry Ireland’s literary pamphlet at Limerick City Gallery of Art. As guest-editor, William invited contributors to [...]

Lina Rukevičiūtė

Ormston House is delighted to introduce Lina Rukevičiūtė – she will be the external panellist for the selection of our recent Guest Curator Open Call. Lina Rukevičiūtė is a researcher, curator, [...]

Artist-Run Network Europe

Today marks the official end of our Creative Europe funded project, Artist-Run Network Europe 2020-2023 (ARNE). All of us at Ormston House would like to take the opportunity to thank our project [...]

Together For Yurt

25 May 2023

To commemorate the fifth anniversary of the repeal of the Eighth Amendment in Ireland, Ormston House is proud to host the complete Together for Yurt podcast, produced by Dave Tobin and narrated [...]

Guest Curator: Open Call

Ormston House is seeking exhibition proposals from curators through our free Membership Scheme as part of our artistic programme in 2023. For this opportunity, we invite members to submit [...]

Fadia’s Tree

International Women's Day

While millions of birds migrate freely in the skies, a Palestinian refugee in Lebanon yearns for the ancestral homeland she is denied. She is Fadia Loubani and she challenges Sarah Beddington, [...]

The Extraordinary Lives of…

International Women's Day

For International Women’s Day 2023, historian-in-residence Sharon Slater will give a talk titled The Extraordinary Lives of Catalina Sarsfield and Constance O’Mara to the Limerick [...]

Wallis Bird

Emma Langford and Wallis Bird talk about their forthcoming show, Daughters Of The Pirate Queen: Spirit of Grace O’Malley, which will take place on International Women’s Day 2023 at [...]

Out of Place

Out of Place is a feature documentary directed by Graham Patterson, including performances from Limerick music legends Denise Chaila, God Knows, Hey Rusty, His Father’s Voice, MuRli, and Post [...]

Supermarket Art Fair: Open Call

Ormston House is seeking submissions from members for a solo or two-person booth at Supermarket Art Fair in Stockholm, Sweden in May 2023. Supermarket is an international artist-run fair [...]

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